In the Big Bash League 2021-22, the Perth Scorchers have been unbeatable. They have won all six of their games so far and are now in first place in the BBL standings. The Perth Scorchers are currently the only unbeaten team in the BBL 2021-22 season. Their next encounter is against Sydney Thunder, who have won only two of their five games and are now ranked fifth in the BBL league standings.

Of course, the Perth Scorchers are the favorites on the cricket betting sites, but it’s still startling to discover that the Scorchers are available for roughly a 70% return on your wager!


Sydney Thunder vs Perth Scorchers BBL 2021-22 match prediction and cricket betting tips. On the 28th of December 2021, the match will be held at the Manuka Oval in Canberra.

The Sydney Sixers haven’t always been at their best this season, but they’ve found ways to win nonetheless. That is something that would frighten its adversaries. Philippe and Henriques’ batting form has covered up many of the Sydney Sixers’ flaws. For one thing, the remainder of the batting order has struggled to get started. James Vince is in third place, and he does not have a single score of fifty or higher.

In the previous encounter, the Sixers were saved by Ben Dwarshius and Sean Abbott while pursuing only 106 points. It demonstrates that they are not as foolproof as the betting odds might suggest. Of course, the names are on paper, but we believe this Sixers club can be defeated.

The bowling attack has performed admirably, anchored by the ever-reliable Sean Abbott. He has 12 wickets to his name this season, making him the Sydney Sixers’ highest wicket-taker. We’re also not going to bet against him in this match. The odds on him to be the Sydney Sixers’ Top Bowler are a little short, but the other options don’t really strike out to us right now.


Batting conditions at the Carrara Oval are often favorable. Queensland has a reputation for having hard, quick, and bouncy surfaces. In T20 cricket, this corresponds to a lot of runs scored. Although rain is anticipated for later this week in Queensland, the present forecast indicates that the match will be dry.

We believe that something in the range of 160-170 will be appropriate for the venue.

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